March 2013: MOCA Jacksonville


Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville  Project Atrium, March 23 – July 7, 2013

Underland, Black Sea of Trees, mural on 3 walls in the atrium space of MOCA Jax,  70 feet x 40 feet

About Project Atrium

Project Atrium, MOCA’s bold series, features site-specific and site-sensitive installations by emerging and mid-career artists. The unique placement, dimensions and scale of MOCA’s Haskell Atrium Gallery provide a compelling challenge to the chosen artist—a call to reinvention and active collaboration with the architecture of the museum on a monumental scale.


Living Walls 2012

I recently completed a mural for the 2012 Living Walls Conference in Atlanta.  The walls are below a train trestle on the beltline in Reynoldstown, Atlanta, Georgia on Fulton Tr. between Chester and Holtzclaw. It was really great working in Reynoldstown and I am so thankful for all the people who came out and helped paint.  Special thanks to Living Walls for inviting me to participate–So far this conference has been my favorite project to date.

I hope you’ll take a moment to check out the other artists involved in the conference and please take a moment to support future projects by donating to Living Walls.

The Living walls team has been putting together some really great videos of the artists working-Click below to get started on the Living Walls Vimeo site.

Living Walls Day 2 Video

Living Walls Day 6 Video

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